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This is a great way to park in your garage without the hanging tennis ball. You know the one your kids use for batting practice, that only lasts ...
I bought my lasers from www.dealextreme.com item #13378 for about $1.50. These lasers run on 3.5 to 4.5 Volts and are 5mW. However, if you already have a pen ...
My power supply was taken from an old cordless phone. It's output is 7.5 Volt DC 150mW. You will notice that this voltage is greater than the lasers ...
Before you go off and build a voltage divider circuit from the calculated values, wire it up and test the output voltage. I found that once I hooked ...
1. Insulate the laser light - I used a plastic tubing - like the type used on a water line to the ice maker on a fridge. 2. ...
Place a zip tie around the perforated breadboard to hold the laser light to the L-Bracket. The screws will be used to mount the L-Bracket to the ceiling in the ...
1. Before mounting the system, test it! 2. Install the 2 Outlet Lamp Socket into the light socket of the garage door opener. 3. Mount the voltage divider - ...
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